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clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision. he went on to say that his wife jill was supportive of his decision, and that being a good vice president the next several years was a perfect way to make himself a solid presidential candidate. so are we ready? is the democratic party ready for this? is the country ready for a showdown between the vice president of the united states and the former first lady, former u.s. senator, former secretary of state? and why is biden saying all this now? and who is he saying it to? is he serving notice to secretary clinton that the presidential nomination is not hers for the asking? is it to tell bill clinton that this march through a second clinton presidency is going to be a bit messy? is it to tell the democrats overall out in the country that they'll have a choice in the winter and spring of 2016? well, the question for me, why is joe biden, an experie
clinton and a few others, and then see if it can take root in some of these individual races. >> can he be the democrats' chief cheerleader to save the senate? >> it's going to be hard in north carolina and some southern states. >> you could need a line of cheerleaders. you need the president, you need bill clinton. >> he is. cog out fighting, which is big news for the progressives in this country. there are loot of them who need to vote. david corn, and thank you, eugene robinson. >>> coming up, the bridgegate tapes. wait until you hear these. the 911 calls from the people stuck in the epic george washington bridge traffic. an ambulance couldn't get through. the fender-benders. well, tonight the picture of chaos and confusion created in the name of political revenge. >>> also, don't look now, but the hillary clinton campaign is already revving up out there. here is the deal. hillary does the policy. bill does the politics. and wants to get in to rapid response. >>> plus, bathroom humor for the speaker of the house. actually boy's room. hard to believe john boehner made fun of his name.
wrong. if hillary clinton runs, 10-1 he does not run. if hillary clinton does not run and his health is good, 4-1 that he does run. >> i think he's dying to run. so he's just waiting to see what happens. i think he's very easy to run. >> mike barnicle? >> you're talking about the greatest vice president in the history of western civilization, right? >> joe biden. we love joe biden. i agree with a blend of what al and cokie just said. i think the vice president really would like and enjoy and be very happy running for president of the united states he's obviously going to be tempered by what hillary clinton chooses to do on a number of fronts, fund-raising ability. he would like to run but i bet the odds he would not run. >> don't you get the sense talking about the possibility behind that big smile he resents a little bit that it's a forgone conclusion that hillary clinton would be the nominee for democrat. he's saying in his own way, hey, man, i'm vice president, i should get a shot at this if i want it. >> anyone seeing what i do, julie? >> sure. the thing we have too remember abou
clinton at the time when it was the g-7. then it was the g-8. but he and boris yel sin had a personal relationship that made a lot of what happened possible, i guess. i'm thinking a lot of vodka drinking, but a lot of -- you know, at the summits you could tell there was a personal rapport. putin is not that kind of guy, for starters. we don't see that kind of relationship with president obama. so to this idea of these outdated modes, i mean, it strikes me that putin doesn't necessarily share those values or those interests of being a part of the g-8 or -- and again does hold on to this 19th century, 20th century model of what he's trying to accomplish. >> well, remember, president bush thought he could get along with him. he said, i looked into his soul and saw somebody i could deal with. you're quite right. he doesn't care. but i think the important thing is this will not be a long-benefit for him and the russian people. because if we do the things that nina was talking about here in terms of making it difficult for the russians to have access to the world economic system and trade a
this is of course. it's because everyone figures hillary clinton is going to run and nobody believes that biden will challenge her in a primary. this has nothing to do with whatever personal friendship exists between the two of them or any sense on biden's part that maybe hill vi a better fit for the job than he is. but it does have everything to do with some truly shocking numbers np the history of modern presidential politics, some truly understand precedented numbers. let's go back to 1986. this is the midway point of ronald reagan's presidency. george w. bush wanted to succeed ray gone in 1988. spent a good chunk of his time shoring up his standing with the republican party, adjusting his positions, winning over skeptical leaders. but what helped bush most was his linkage with the president. republicans love the gripper and george h. bush was his loyal vice president. so when they took a poll and skds republicans who they wanted their 1998 nominee to be. 53 for bush, 16% for his nearest competitor. that's what the vice presidency is supposed to do for you. if bush had not been reagan's numb
bill clinton, for example. i think it is interesting obamacare actually cuts both ways. it is issue that will motivated the republican base a great deal. it is also motivating the democratic base. it is very well thought of and very supported among the democratic party base. it would be guess whose base is more motivate? if i had to guess the anger on the right will be more than the support on the left. jon: ron fournier, nina easton, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. jenna: we'll take you now live to the white house. the first lady gets ready to announce a proposal by the fda to make major changes to the nutrition fact labels on all packaged foods of the you see secretary sebelius up there talking about this announcement today. elizabeth prann is live with more. we're waiting on word from the white house. what can we expect. >> reporter: we expect to hear from the first lady like you said who will formally announcing label changes. it will however not happen overnight, could be some time, even years before we see the gradual change. there are about 700,000 products that n
and hillary front nominations and the library will release about 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house. the documents include confidential advice given to president clinton including communications within first lady hillary clinton and the papers will be posted online by the national archives with paper copies being made available at the clinton library. more than 30,000 documents could soon be released. attorney general eric holder is resting at home this morning after spending some time in the hospital for chest pains on thursday. holder felt faint and short of breath during a meeting with staff members and treated for an elevated heart rate and told he is feeling better. southern california are bracing themselves for extreme weather conditions and mandatory evacuation is in effect for glendora and jesus and they have mud slides threatening homes and la may get 8" of rain in just two days and that is the amount of rainfall they get in a month causing mudslides and power outages and flash floods and nicole has a closer look of the situation out west and it has been too dra
clinton - documents from the clinton white house were made public and we had ipp sight into hillary's stormy relationship with the press core. as thee gears up, how real can she be, and not someone that hates the press. >> first of all, hillary clinton will be the strongest candidate that the democrats have. there's more ink written about hillary clinton than any other political figure. i don't think the documents will be released are going to matter. take rand paul. he's looking backwards, he's bringing up monica lewins key as an attack on hilary clinton. he's dredging that up. people don't want to hear about them, but want to hear about now. that's where hillary will have her issue. she needs to come up with what she's for and now, not things like in the past. it was rand paul looking back to monica lewinski. what must she do. what would she have to do to convince you? >> dade is right bringing up those issues are not what the campaign is about. people have made their decision. i think what this election for her will be about is where is obama come 2016. i mean, right now he is up
for "variety." on hillary clinton, should she decide to run for president? the headline, "hollywood prepares to shower hillary clinton with support." there are republicans that hollywood would support as well. explain the story. seems tollary clinton be laying the groundwork for something. she has been visiting los angeles quite a few times. she will be back this week and speaking at ucla. lands, ant of perp number of people in the entertainment industry are actually getting ready for this. they are working for super packs that have been set up, what is called "ready for hillary." usa".s called "priorities katzenburg is leading the fundraising for that super pac. he is reaching out to donors in the entertainment business to for theuild support potential clinton candidacy, in the event that happens. host: ted johnson is senior editor for "variety." his work is available online at variety.com. think you for joining us. again, a look at the new york times. this photograph of russian troops in crimea. at last count, 15,000 troops and the acting ukrainian government is calling the entry into the
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
that was really going nowhere and they moved o'rielly to 8:00 p.m. during the clinton monica lewinsky scandal and overly connected with this audience who was outraged at bill clinton and overly sense the drama of the story and his ability to get his guests to engage in his fiery interviewing style. i describe in the book as an irish street cop. he has an ability to laser in on what the issue is. that's a testament to o'rielly's center. he is the highest rated show on fox. he can do what he wants and ailes jokes that o'rielly uses his show to sell looks and promote himself. it really is because ailes has this respect for o'rielly is a self-made man. >> host: or riley has come out of ways on immigration and gun control. you said because he is powerful powerful -- >> guest: he can do what he wants and he has his own audience. o'rielly really is an interesting, he is essentially the one talent at fox with some exceptions with sean hannity who is very different. john hannity is very much in lockstep with what roger ailes wants. bill shine who is roger ailes or graham deputy was for years sean hann
parallel reading of the situation in ukraine the best versus how the west season. clinton says you cannot blame us for what we are doing because he is telling that the west has legitimacy has all wrong. not oustedkovych was -- the constitution was not respected. they showed the letter at the u.n. yesterday, therefore they have not only legitimacy, but law on their side. legality. they cannot be blamed for what they are doing. secondly, the west is hypocritical, because they also act according to their own national interests and foreign policy premises, and they disguised as an act of international legitimacy. vladimir putin said look at what they did in afghanistan, iraq, and libya. they either interviewed without a international mandate cover or a mandate that they in -- interprovincial widely as to achieve their own specific ambitions of the region. whatd you, this squares vladimir putin said to angela merkel. she told president barack obama that he does not see it the way we will just view the world. >> what cannot be done is for to put with impunity, its soldiers on the ground and --l
the clinton administration and congress last raised the gas tax. that was 21 years ago when gasoline was $1.08 and i wonder if barack had even met michelle and there it remained for 21 years. due to inflation and fuel economy increases, the average cost per mile that the american motorist pays to the federal government for transportation has been cut in half. i went on the budget and the ways and means committee the last eight years in order to deal with this issue, but frankly i'm tired of waiting. i introduced a gas tax increase phased in over three years to fully fund a six-year re-authorization. was pleased to be joined by friends during my bill introduction by the u.s. chamber, the afl-cio, truckers and a.a.a., transit, local government, environmentalists, road builders. i find it hard to say people will say this will be a heavy lift because there's little support for it. when chairman camp offered $150 billion last week in his tax reform bill, what president obama suggested $300 billion, where was their broad base of support? maybe that's why both proposals were called dead on arrival
americans want to run for presidents. among democratic candidates far and away hillary clinton 64% doubling the next closest contender is vice president joe biden and closer field among republicans with rand paul narrowly in the lead and ted cruz in the back of the pack. 54% say they don't know enough about him which is interesting. moving on to arizona. >>> after days of speculation, arizona governor jan brewer has vetoed a controversial bill that divided the state. supporters touted the legislation as protecting religion freedom for businesses but critics said sb 1060 denying legal service to same-sex couples. the governor's decision follows intense pressure, including thousands of petitions from human rights activists and press releases from some of the nation's largest corporation. among them is american airlines and daeelta and apple. >> instead, this is the first policy bill to cross my desk. senate bill 1062 does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in arizona. i've not heard one example in arizona where business owners religious liberty has been vio
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. we were constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a mindless lemming elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. to get fair taxes. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that too is our big crime. they called us the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back because i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. when i left, we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. the year i left, in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. the federal budget was $1.7 trillion. fast forward 12 years, i see what happened 2010, with you glorious patriots standing up and fighting against the most to radical -- tyrannical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juic
red lines ever since we began to move nato toward russia in the 1990s. clinton began it. bush continued it. obama rhetorically has continued it. the ultimate red line, and unlike perhaps obama, putin really believes in red lines, was ukraine. what putin saw happening in ukraine, for him, and we can argue whether it was or isn't, it was a direct threat to russian national security in the form of crimea. and so he reacted. >> why would steven hadley, who is a big shot in the bush administration be now pushing for nato membership for ukraine? which as i said in the opening would mean we would have to fight the russians personally and directly if they interfered in ukraine, if that were the case. if we put them in nato, then we're all the way on the front lines ourselves. why would this country want to bring our front all the way to the border between ukraine and russia? what would be the national interest in doing that? >> i have to make a generalization. what we're witnessing in this crisis in ukraine, and essentially, it's moving the old metaphorical curtain in berlin right to
clinton and ronald reagan. the notion he is doing something that other presidents haven't done isn't about executive orders. it is about the fact that these people don't want barack obama to be president and they are spending time talking to the smallest sliver of the american puplic who think he shouldn't be president. as karen said they want to impeach him, let's do it. >> if the president is such a king and a tyrant, how can he also be weak? listen to the right wing's past argument. >> the president has shown absolutely no leadership. >> obama's leadership style which, in effect, doesn't exist. the man is a by stander. >> it is called leading from behind. >> i think he is perceived as extraordinary weak. >> we really need a new leader. we don't have a leader right now. >> i don't think he has the first idea of how to use executive power. >> he doesn't have to use executive power, he is a weak, bystander. how can you be that and a dictator? >> it strikes me listening to that the people who are really thwarting the will of the people and acting imperious manner are members of congress, th
11 of us constantly having to not only fight bill clinton was the president but fight against some of the things that our leaders were doing. we did not come back to be some mind the slumming. we actually came back with values, to get government spending down, live within our means committee of fair taxes that don't ruin businesses. and we actually believe the things that the republican party had been singing. they call this the bad boy republicans. now to be for two as the tea party patriot it makes my wife a lot easier. she did not like the bad boy republican thing. amelie to know what brought me back. i left for 12 years. when i left i never thought i would come back to congress again. when i left the in actually balance the budget for the first time in 40 years. not only do they balance the budget billion at june june $47 billion surplus. when i fast forward, and none of it for 12 years. i see what happens in 2010, glorious patriots standing up and fighting in against the most tyrannical president of we ever had in the history of america. and my juices start flowing. d'agata en
peter. the 1996 olympics billy clinton's. the 2002 olympics were mitt romney's not george bush's. these were putin's games. as i said in the last piece which you showed but only a portion of, if in fact they were successful, which briefly before what's going on in ukraine they appeared to be on their way to being successful. it would burnish the image of a man in a regime whose him image does not deserve to burnished. >> let me back that up with a clip. what you are say suggest were critical of putin. >> repeatedly. >> each while discussing his influence on the games. roll the tape we have. >> i don't know of any american, david, no matter where they may fall on the political spectrum, who views vladimir putin as some sort of peace maker or a benign figure. >> okay. once you got that out, were there any retractions? anybody say look, we are sorry, we portrayed costas as a left wing guy or all of that. >> no. as a matter of fact, all of that and much much more is on nbc olympics.com. was immediately. so far as i know is still there. >> you got hosed by these guys. >> i am talkin
obama toasting the queen when he wasn't supposed to, awkward. >> that's awkward. >> and hillary clinton pressing the reset button but really saying we're going to charge you more because she didn't interpret russian the proper way. >> right. >> but they didn't -- >> how about the queen of england -- >> how about when president bush turned in china to go out that door and it was locked. that was a good awkward moment, but the "new york times" put five photographs on the front page of the "new york times" the next morning. >> this is a b f'ing deal. >> how about vomiting in japan which was the title of my new song. >> this was h.w. bush. >> queen of england came and put her on the podium to speak and all of her hats. >> they forgot to pull out the -- the little apple box. >> oh, i see. >> i'm excited because you're about to read my one more thing. tease it, babe. >> ahead on "the five," pope francis runs into his mini me outside the vatican but the meeting didn't go so well. we'll show you exactly what happened. up next, greg is fuming about a new attempted crackdown on e-cigarettes at ca
needed to turn to a 68 year old woman who would be hillary clinton. [laughter] [applause] but i digress. now as you heard from my friend jeff lord, gerald ford went on to lose to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. reagan went on to win in 1980 and 1984 to the a distant landslide in american history. popular vote, i would remind karl rove and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan and a 9076 and 1980, i want you to listen. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you.
. and part of the reason why, he has the burden of being the first. if hillary clinton gets in, she will have the burden of being the first. what i mean by that is, there's a sort of expectation that you're going to do things to help your community and he's been criticized for not doing that and it's tricky for him. he doesn't want to be perceived as the president of black people. he wants to be perceived as the president of the united states. >> he is the president of the united states. >> right. but if he comes out aggressively helping only black people, he's characterized at the president of black people. he was cautious in his first term. he's a little freer now. we're seeing more initiatives near and dear to his heart. he's from chicago. i'm from chicago. he's right. we've gotten to a point where we read in that city about young black men being killed and we don't pause. i loved the fact that he brought that up because it strikes home for a lot of people. >> he said we've become numb. i want to read to you what we heard from tavis smily from pbs, a very smart guy. this is what he told fo
constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a a minor elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that was our egg crime. a call this the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back good i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. i see what happened 2010, with two or is patriots standing up and fighting against the most radical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juices just aren't flowing. i get energized. these patriots were on the mark. in 2012, i decided to come back and run again. i believe, with all my heart, that this m
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